- Two students have been sacked from school for engaging in homosexual activity
- School authorities of Nkawie Senior Technical School took this decision after a meeting
- The Ghana Education Service is yet to respond to this development
School authorities of the Nkawie Senior High Technical School have expelled two male students for allegedly being gay, the Weekend Today newspaper has reported.
Reports claim the disciplinary committee of the school had taken this decision after a teacher reportedly saw both students in a compromised position in a classroom.
“The school authorities called us to announce their dismissal. They said their action is against the school rules and regulation, therefore, they cannot be part of the school,” an insider is reported to have stated.
So far, the Ghana Education Service (GES), is yet to comment on the event especially when the students implicated in this development are yet to make known their part of the story.
Homosexuality is strictly prohibited in Ghana with recent debates getting the gay debate so polarized. In fact, a recent proposal by the British prime minister to help African countries including Ghana legalize homosexuality has struck a new wave of opposition to the LGBT committee.
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